It’s just inevitable. As many Potter fans already know, films rarely hold a candle to the books. So it should be no surprise that the final installment of the Twilight Saga, “Breaking Dawn”, will undergo some studio tweaking. With a massive teen fan base, an R rating is just not very advantageous.
The fourth and final book by Stephenie Meyer has explicit sex scenes and graphic birth descriptions full of blood, spine cracking and of course, biting, which is exactly what Rob Pattinson fans are desperately craving. But due to the gruesome and erotic nature of the story, readers may need to just stick to the pages if they want to imagine Edward and Bella Cullen properly consecrating their wedding nuptials. And although sex education and delivery room videos are arguably necessary within the confines of an outdated health class, Summit Entertainment finds no need to fully adapt the shockingly illustrative chapters.
Although filming for the final movie was officially confirmed by AB Media eight days ago (which will return to the “Twilight” original location of Portland, Oregon), the exact format is still only be speculated. Some sources claim it will be divided in two parts, much like the final Harry Potter film, but nothing has been confirmed. Author Stephenie Meyer commented, "It would have to be made into multiple movies because it's hard to imagine it fitting into ninety minutes.”
Good news: “Breaking Dawn” is already in the works. Bad news: Edward Cullen won’t be passionately ravishing Bella as many had hoped.